This Wi-Fi 6 access point easily provides classrooms with faster service.
Nearly 20 years after founding a graduate program to grow tech-savvy K–12 leaders, Scott McLeod says there is still a long way to go.
The Tech Advantage
By optimizing their IT spending, districts can set themselves up to survive and thrive during tough times.
While some believe the technology can cause mischief, others see it as an invaluable security tool.
Is That App Safe?
No program that vets ed tech for student privacy would be complete without considering federal laws, training, monitoring and more.
The OS update better protects K–12 environments and user data from evolving cyberthreats.
This student-friendly Chromebook wraps performance, durability and security into one device.
Above the Cloud
As more schools turn to cloud-based collaboration platforms, here’s what they should know about selecting specialized security add-ons.
End of life for Windows 10 is October 2025. Stay ahead of the class with this action plan for making the upgrade.
With security staff scarce in K–12, schools turn to cloud-based labor, tools and skill sets.
Here, There, Everywhere
With teacher vacancies on the rise, schools turn to remote teaching to save the day.
Calling in Backup
IT leaders rely on cybersecurity partners to help them cost-effectively safeguard their networks.
Ready for Any Storm
With ransomware on the rise in K–12, schools see cloud and other backups as security lifeboats.
Understaffed K–12 teams make room for third-party experts and tools to shore up security.
After comparing what we saw in the classroom to 21st century ed tech best practices, we found room for improvement.
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